Posted March 5th, 2024


Residents of Cundletown and the wider Myall Lakes community can anticipate further enhancements to the Pacific Highway Interchange at Cundletown. This $12.3 million project, funded jointly by the Australian and NSW Governments through the Road Safety Program, aims to encourage safety measures and improve accessibility for road users.

The upcoming phase of this project will focus on the installation of new street lighting along the northbound on and off ramps to Princes Street from the Pacific Highway. This marks the final stage of the interchange upgrade, following the completion of major works in May 2023.

Tanya Thompson, Member for Myall Lakes, emphasises its significance for the community,

“The improvements to the Cundletown Interchange highlight the Government’s commitment to ensuring the safety and efficiency of our road network,” Thompson stated.

“The final stage of this project will not only enhance the driving experience for locals, but also contribute to the overall safety of all road users.”

Scheduled to commence on Monday, March 18, the upcoming works will be conducted between 7am and 5pm, Monday to Friday, over a period of six weeks, weather permitting.

“Residents and commuters should expect to encounter workers and vehicles, traffic controllers, signage, as well as road shoulder closures and reduced 60km/hr speed limits during work hours,” said Mrs Thompson.

“Transport for NSW assures the community that efforts will be made to avoid any potential disruptions.”

Measures such as fencing for safety and security and minimising noise from machinery and equipment will be implemented to manage the impacts on residents and the environment.

Share on Social Media

More News